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... up the steep slope without a single hesitation. As a matter of fact, the tach never moved above 2,000 rpm. The truck has been an absolute gem of a tow vehicle. We had a totally routine trip across the west side of the Texas panhandle and into New Mexico. The weather became very cool, and clouds began to gather before we arrived at Santa Fe. There are some interesting mountains to the North, and we hope to spend the next two days exploring Santa Fe, Taos, ...
... turning south toward Canyon, Texas. We made sandwiches for lunch and ate in the trailer (mainly because there was a sign at the entrance to the Information Center saying, "Watch for Rattlesnakes"! Temperatures hovered around the high 90's in the afternoon….very hot!
As we came nearer the Palo Duro canyon, there was no clue that we were about to enter the second largest canyon in the U.S., until suddenly it appeared. The entrance ...
... lights and Benjamin Franklin began to lull my mind into soup. I pulled off at a rest stop, brushed my teeth, placed Eva (aloe plant) on Peggy's roof for some fresh night air, and drifted off to sleep. The treeless scapes allow the sun to rise uninterupted. I took some time to read and write before cruising up to Palo Duro Desert. Double Rainbows, early morning rain and state park maps.
The flats sprawl out to ...
... we were invited into a most spectacular amphitheater with the canyon as the back drop. The lights, the music, the dancing, the costumes were all outstanding! It started with an ode to texas and a guy galloping on horseback with a huge texan flag on the ridge of the canyon about 1 mile away. Culminating with a lightning bolt to a distant tree, and fires works to boot, we felt we had just experienced one of Texas' finest institutions. We slept under the stars and woke with the ...
... loans come out of deferment in September. I have roughly sixty thousand dollars in student loans (find out what you want to do kids and don't just mindlessly take classes because you're not sure! A liberal education is great, but it's also expensive!) and this job in Japan provides me with enough money to not have to live by the skin of my teeth, and will allow me to make the $800 monthly payments on my loans. It is also a dream ...
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